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Wind Controls Engineer - Service Engineering

  • Internship
  • MEXICO

Job description



3431725
Additional Cities

Queretaro
Career Level

Experienced
Relocation Assistance

No
Business

GE Renewable Energy
Business Segment

Renewable Energy Engineering Technology
Function

Engineering/Technology
Country/Territory

Mexico
Postal Code

76146
Role Summary/Purpose

This role will execute on engineering related to Wind Turbine Controls enhancements with a primary focus on the Mark VIe fleet including RePower, PowerUp and other enhancements. The engineer will translate NPI, customer and other requirements into turbine control design changes. This work also includes planning, development, testing, documentation and integration of the changes into the overall platform following approved engineering design processes.
Essential Responsibilities

· Design and development of innovative control system code enhancements to support turbine improvements for MKVIe based platforms.
· Own the control parameter generation through loads simulation and tuning in the field.
· Create and lead execution of validation plan for program controls integration and operability in software/hardware in the loop as well as turbine in the field testing.
· Develop controls strategy for optimal operability, reliability, availability and protection.
· Contribute to product configuration management, sustaining and customer support.
· Maintain control of the safety aspects of the Wind Turbine as software changes.
· Contribute to Controls Design Practices to implement failure prevention.
· Support product development programs design review discussions and present relevant design details to chief engineers for evaluation and approval.
· Collaborate with other engineering and Global Research Center teams on new wind turbine control technology and lead design implementation efforts.
· Occasionally travel to site to support product testing and validation.
Qualifications/Requirements

· Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical, Electrical or Controls Engineering.
· Overall experience of 5+ years in control systems software development.
· Experience with Structured Text, C, or Matlab and Simulink.
· Hands-on experience for software development and deployment in the field, performing validation and issue resolution.
· Strong multi-tasking and proactive and open approach to conflict resolution.
· Good analytical, learning skills, strong in oral, written communication.
· Demonstrated ability with working in cross-functional teams and/or a matrixed organization.
· Willingness to travel approximately 10% of the time.
· Legal right to work in Mexico. We will not sponsor individuals for legal permits or visas.
· In case of being a GEIQ employee, you must have previously occupied a position as an E3 or E4.
· Solid contribution in a similar role or previous position.
· Effective written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish.
· English skills: Be able to maintain a normal day-to-day fluid conversation in English on any topic with few mistakes (mistakes that do not affect clear understanding). Have fluency, rhythm, and sufficient self-confidence in the language to be able to handle meetings and conversations.
· Ability to communicate with Senior Leadership.
· Demonstrated ability in managing projects across functions.
· Capable of coaching others to accomplish assignments.
· Demonstrated interpersonal and leadership experience.
· Demonstrated ability in establishing common goals and objectives.
· Demonstrated ability in influencing and shaping team's long-term vision and strategy.
· Responsibility, across GE, of cross-functional projects or modules, including SII and Op Plan inputs.
· Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills.
· Ability to influence others and to lead small teams.
· Lead initiatives of moderate scope and impact.
· Effective problem identification and solution skills.
· Proven analytical and organizational abilities.
· Legal right to work in México. We will not sponsor individuals for legal permits or visas.
· In case of being a GEIQ employee, you must have previously occupied a position as an E3 or E4.
Desired Characteristics

· Master’s Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering related to Controls/Sensing/Dynamics.
· 2 years of experience relevant to wind turbine control system design.
· Direct experience with GE Mark VIe or Bachmann controller.
· 2 years of experience with PLC programming languages.
· Experience in modeling, controls, dynamics, testing, and design of wind turbines.
· Understanding of sensors, analog and digital I/O, and industrial communication protocols.
· Knowledgeable in wind turbine certification, including IEC and GL requirements.
· Experienced in modeling and simulating wind turbines in computer simulation codes, such as ADAMS, Bladed, Flex5, FAST and Simulink or equivalent industry simulation tools.
· Experience in development and validation of wind turbine controls algorithms and data analysis.
· Experienced in performing analysis and evaluation of loads data and measurement sensors.
· Experience with non-GE Wind monitoring, control and automation hardware and software.
· Understanding of security aspects of software and networks.
About Us

GE (NYSE:GE) drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. GE people are global, diverse and dedicated, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE’s mission and deliver for our customers. www.ge.com
Primary Country

Mexico
Primary State/Province

Queretaro
Primary City

Queretaro